The periodical also reports that the Syrian government troops have employed new tactics and now deliver pre-emptive strikes on rebel groups.
Syrian Army commandoes, reinforced by the Air Force, have foiled the militants’ plans to seize bridgeheads at the approaches to Damascus.
Government troops have also resumed mop-up operations in Aleppo, - Syria’s northern capital and an important trade and industrial centre of the country.
Meanwhile, the United Nations says it’s going to check the video footage that shows the execution by shooting of captured Syrian government troops by the militants in the northern Idlib province.
The video footage was played by the Al-Mayadeen TV station.
The Syrian armed forces inflicted blows on Friday to terrorists and insurgents in different parts of the country after they carried out a series of terrorist attacks.
In Damascus, the extremists blew up two car bombs in the Zahra al-Jadid area.
The explosions took place near one of the city clinics, as a result 16 people were injured, including physicians.
The situation in the province of Idlib remains extremely difficult.
A video appeared on the internet showing armed separatists and terrorists executing captured Syrian soldiers.
The authenticity of the video, which has caused outrage in many countries, is being checked by the UN.
According to media reports, at least 28 people were executed by anti-government insurgents.
Voice of Russia, TASS